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What classes in college are needed to become a nurse?

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2008-05-09 19:33:54
2008-05-09 19:33:54

Well it depends on what kind of nurse, such as LVN, RN, ect. My cousin became an LVN in one year at the college here. I know she had to take A&P anatomy. The college of your choice should have a class schedule book or some catalog showing requirements. Visit a college or request information online??

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